One of the many strengths of Tuck is the breadth and depth of global experiences available to students. As Merritt Patridge, T'14 puts it:
“Globalizing your business education is important no matter what you hope to do after Tuck—small businesses, multi-national corporations, government, foundations and local nonprofits or global non-government organizations—because the social and economic challenges we face in our world require the type of problem-solving, leadership, innovation, strategy, human resources, organizational behavior and communication skills that we learn together at Tuck."
Check out this video to get a taste of what Tuck students are doing around the world, including the Center for Business & Society's opportunities:
- Research Travel Funds for independent study
- Tuck GIVES summer internship funds
- Council on Business & Society
- Conference of the Parties (UN-sponsored climate change talks)